Archives September 2013

Delivering Access Podcast – Episode 10 with Debbie Hazelton

Inspirational Speaker, Workshop Leader, Holistic Practitioner

Bring your group or organization an infusion of vitality and fun with this national conference speaker, published author, radio host, and compassionate counselor. Known to clients and audiences alike for her relaxed, empathic style of delivery as well as her candor, Debbie has guided many on their spiritual journey with insight, wisdom, and humor.

Her healing arts energy healing, inspirational speaking, and guided imagery among them are selected intuitively and communicated clearly for each situation.

Debbie is a loving listener with “can-do” coaching strategies that inspire individuals to claim and embrace their own style of authentic living.

Give your staff or clientele an inner nudge to greater service and living their best lives – contact Ms. Hazelton now to set up a memorable, inspiring event or workshop.

This weeks hero is sure to empower you! The Fedora Outlier’s Delivering Access Podcast was created to highlight individuals, groups and communities in the ever growing blindness population who are changing life’s and making a difference in the world through their works, passion and their belief in change.

This weeks guest is Debbie Hazelton

Listen as our guest walks us through their life of how they became blind, they’re early years and the tools they used along their journey.

Tools and technology:

Windows 7

iPhone 5

Slate and Stylus

Braillewriter

Braillenote

Contact Info:

e-mail: iam@debbiehazelton.com

Twitter: @debbiehazelton

Facebook: debbiehazelton

If you or someone you know has a story that needs to be told or if you want to highlight an organization, cause or your passion. Feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to review your request and get you on an upcoming episode of the Delivering Access Podcast.


iLife Online: Changes In iOS 7

For Immediate Release: Changes In iOS 7: Join Us For A Special iLife Online Event!
Atlanta, Georgia
September 28, 2013

On Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00 PM Eastern, Fedora Outlier, LLC will host its first free web event entitled, “iLife Online: Changes In iOS7.

Why is Fedora Outlier, LLC venturing into the world of webinars?

Fedora Outlier’s team, led by VaShaun Jones, are dedicated to providing the blind, low vision and deaf-blind communities with the knowledge and skills needed in regards to mastering the use of Apple’s iOS devices.

The dedication of this innovative assistive technology firm was “seen” first-hand with the release of the first multi-media E-Book the Old Hat Guide to iPhone Accessibility. Written by Junior Partner Brie Rumery and her colleagues, the book depicts Ms. Rumery’s journey of being scared to death to even touch an iPhone to her determination and perseverance to overcome her fear and learn how to use the iPhone with proficiency and confidence.

The release of Apple’s iOS7 software and new 5C and 5S iPhones meant that Fedora’s book would need to be revised. “We didn’t just want to update the book; we wanted to go a step further.” Said a passionate Fedora team member.

The iLife One Day Event: Changes to iOS7 will be an hour long seminar for Voice Over users that are interested in learning a little bit about some of the new features and changes in iOS7. Listeners will also hear a short account of Brie Rumery’s story told in her own words. It’s an opportunity to learn why it is so important for Fedora Outlier, LLC to provide the best tools and resources to the blind, by the blind!

The cost of the iLife event is completely free but space is limited so RSVP as soon as possible to reserve a spot Wednesday night. Participants will be able to submit iOS7 questions through various formats such as Email, Twitter and Facebook and registered participants will also be able to take advantage of a special promotion after the presentation is finished.. So mark your calendar for a spectacular event brought to you from Fedora Outlier, LLC.


Working With Voice Mail In iOS 7

Voice mail is a wonderful feature that is standard on every iPhone. Though some of the features you have come to expect and use are still present in iOS7, there have been some changes. The interface is different, but once you read through how to listen to your voice mails, as well as the other things you can do with them, you will find it all very easy.

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Changes In General Settings In iOS 7

The General settings category under settings can almost be an app all its own. After all, there are quite a bit of controls within it, along with information such as capacity, available space, and usage of our iPhones. And it is home to the most important setting area of all to those of us in the blindness community, Accessibility. It is one of the first places we visit when even a smaller update is released, let alone a major one like iOS7. Naturally, there are some changes within the General settings, with the most changes, as it turns out, being under Accessibility.

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Safaris Are Not Only In Africa Anymore. New Features In iOS7

What an adventure the World Wide Web can be. Getting around, and exploring, can be quite an experience. Apple has made some changes in Safari, their web browser, in iOS7, to make it easier to visit websites, find just what you’re looking for, and share your findings and favorites with your family and friends. Please stay in your seats, pay close attention, and let’s find out what’s changed, and what’s new, in Safari.

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Wednesday Roundup For September 25, 2013

Thanks for joining us again for another edition of the Wednesday Roundup brought to you by Fedora Outlier,, LLC. This week we are bringing you news from the world of technology ingenuity, scientific research, and more stories of individuals who have triumphed over blindness. Grab that favorite beverage (today it’s iced tea for me ), get comfy and explore the wonderful world of the web with us.

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The New App Switcher Is Here! The New App Switcher Is Here! New Feature In iOS 7

The app switcher is a quick and easy way to get to the apps you have opened most recently. When you close an app, it is placed in this area. There are certain apps that, though you think you have closed them, are actually running in the background. In iOS7, you will now know which apps are still running, and there are some other changes that make the app switcher even easier to use.

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